In homes, workplaces and behind church doors, change is happening, and that changed is being fueled by brave women who are challenging age-old convention and the modern status quo.
Not only is this change impacting the way society views women and the role they have in the world, the #BeBrave revolution is helping women to live more meaningful lives rooted in faith, personal fulfillment and professional achievement.
Anita Hill made history in 1991 when she testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee about sexual harassment she said she experienced as an aide to then Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas, who was once her supervisor at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
30 years later, Hill is now a professor of social policy, law, and women’s, gender and sexuality studies at Brandeis University. Based on her personal experiences and stories shared with her by numerous survivors of gender-based violence and harassment over the decades, she spoke two years ago about her life, career and the importance of transformation for women.